National Assembly Majority Leader Aden Duale’s son, Aden Abdul Razak, has scored an A- in the 2015 KCSE examinations.
Abdul Razak, who attended Mang’u High School, attained 77 points out of the possible 84.
He scored a B+ in English, Kiswahili B+, Mathematics A, Biology A, Physics B, Chemistry B+, History A and Business studies A-.
The Garissa Township Member of Parliament praised Razak via Twitter saying: “My son has attained exemplary results. I thank the Almighty God, his mum, the principal and teachers of Mang’u. Congratulations.”
Kenyans on Twitter joined Duale in celebrating his son.
One user, Hared Hassan said: “Congrats to the son and mum. Have no doubt she puts lots of effort to shape him up while you’re busy on national building [sic]”.
Elimu Television congratulated Razak and even welcomed him for internship or mentorship programs it offers to high school leavers.
The results of the KCSE examinations were announced on Thursday, March 3 but the Education Ministry cancelled results of 5,101 students over cheating.
Cabinet Secretary Fred Matiang’i said Nairobi, Makueni and Meru counties were the most affected of the 47 counties.
No cases of exam irregularities were recorded in Isiolo County.
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